n. strong dislike, contempt, or aversion; hatefulness; disrepute
Prince Charming could not express the odium he felt toward Cinderella's stepsisters because of their mistreatment of poor Cinderella.
Sentence in Classic:
Never before or after did the names Republican and Scallawag carry such odium, for now the corruption of the Carpet bag regime was at its height.
Gone With The Wind By Margaret Mitche Context
Quapropter si rex non in singulares tantum personas aliquot privatum odium exerceat, sed corpus etiam reipublicae, cujus ipse caput est, i.
Second Treatise of Government By John Locke Context
Few are willing to incur the odium attaching to the reputation of being a cruel master; and above all things, they would not be known as not giving a slave enough to eat.
The Narrative of the Life By Frederick Douglass Context